Department: Counseling, Adult and Higher Education Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only Job Starts: August 16, 2017 Work Type: Clerical
1. Picks up and distributes departmental mail. 2. Runs errands on campus, as needed. 3. Scans and makes copies. 4. Files. 5. Replenishes paper supply in copiers. 6. Organizes spreadsheets and documents. 7. Assists in setting up events. 8. Answers phones and takes messages, as needed. 9. Checks supplies for items that Office Manager needs to order. 10. Creates student files for admitted students. 11. Creates mailbox and other labels. 12. Performs basic housekeeping tasks, such as wiping down counters, shelves, tables, and our conference room table. 13. Performs receptionist duties and office duties. 14. Other duties, as assigned.
Student must be eligible for the work-study program. Student must possess professionalism, excellent communication and organizational skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality. Must be able to work 6-8 hours per week between the hours of 8:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-4:30pm. Must apply online at the Student Job Openings site on NIU's web site.
Pay Rate: $ 8.25
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Hours worked per day can vary during the week, but worker should work as many days per week as possible. Must work a minimum of three days per week.
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